Stories for Wanderlusting Adventurers.
We will show you how to tell engaging stories that draw on your personal life experiences. We will cover storytelling basics and not-so-basics including how to hook an audience, building suspense, techniques for adding color, humor, and pathos, and delivering a powerful ending.
This Workshop includes many fun hands-on exercises and participants will have the opportunity to gain real world experience by telling a story at one of our upcoming story jams (optional)
Presented in partnership with the fantastic, fun folks at Hostelling International USA. Check them out at: http://www.norcalhostels.org
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